In January a branch of “ORGRESBANK”, JSB, began operating in Novosibirsk. The branch will provide the full range of bank products and services to corporate clients and natural persons.
The priorities in the work of the branch will be crediting of the largest enterprises of Novosibirsk and the Novosibirsk Region, as well as development of credit products for private clients. The population will be provided with hypothec, automobile and consumer crediting, the companies – with credits for replenishment of circulating assets, business development, acquisition of equipment and immovable property objects, financing of foreign trade activity and other purposes.
Besides, the branch offers private clients bank deposits, money transfers from accounts and without opening an account, issue of plastic cards with full range of transactions thereon.
Corporate clients will be offered settlement and cash servicing, salary programmes and other services.
“We offer our private and corporate clients one of the most profitable conditions for variuos products and high level of service at the market. And this is certainly a considerable competitive advantage of the bank at the regional market”, noted the branch executive, Dmitry Sinitsyn.
According to the Deputy Chairman of the Board of “ORGRESBANK”, JSB, Andrey Maltsev, development of retail and corporate business on the basis of wide branch network is the priority direction of the Bank activity. Considerable growth of business activity in large industrial centres requires additional financial resources thereby creating good opportunities for extension of banking usiness.
Currently the branch network of the servicing offices of the Bank couns 33 branches in Moscow and regions of Russian. The branches of “ORGRESBANK”, JSB, are located in Saint Petersburg, Samara, Penza, Saratov and Novosibirsk. Five more branches have already been registered and will begin operating in Rostov-on-Don, Stary Oskol, Chelyabinsk, Volgograd, Arkhangelsk, and operationsl offices will be opened in Belgorod, Voronezh, Lipetsk and Yaroslavl.